[ExI] against Many Worlds QT

Max More max at maxmore.com
Mon May 18 03:48:53 UTC 2009

I can't agree with you on this Jef. Realism can be highly 
sophisticated. For instance, see
Images of Science: Essays on Realism and Empiricism , by Paul M. 
Churchland and Clifford A. Hooker


Jef said to Lee:
>Your imagined "realism" is incoherent, epistemologically untenable 
>as I said earlier, despite the righteousness with which it is 
>defended against the perceived threats of vague mush-headedness, 
>mysticism, relativism, postmodernism, etc., none of which are my position.
>Your position is not so much wrong as it is lacking in the 
>sophistication necessary for effective reasoning about complex, 
>evolving, *open* systems increasingly applicable to our world of 
>increasing technological and social change.

Max More, Ph.D.
Strategic Philosopher
Extropy Institute Founder
max at maxmore.com

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